easyC Actuators

In this category, find all electronics actuators that use the easyC system for connection and communication. Relays, RTC, OLED, LCD adapters, etc.

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Out of stock LCD display 16x2 I2C white/blue
LCD display 16x2 I2C white/blue

LCD display with HD44780 controller enables showing text, symbols, value or anything else that comes from Croduino/Arduino. It is capable of showing 16 symbols in two lines and therefore can be used in many projects that need to send clearly visible and legible output information. An I2C LCD adapter is soldered to this LCD screen, which enables characters to be displayed on the LCD screen via the I2C bus. It also has an easyC connector for a really simple connection.

Slider potentiometer breakout with easyC
Slider potentiometer breakout with easyC

Potentiometers are well known all around, and the sliding potentiometer is just one of its versions. You’ve probably seen it in some music equipment, and now you have the chance to add it to your project!

 

This board has easyC connector. Thanks to easyC ecosystem, this board can be connected using off-the-shelf cables, without soldering. Controlling the is as simple as it gets, too.

ADC 12-bit ADS1015 4-channel with PGA breakout
ADC 12-bit ADS1015 4-channel with PGA breakout

ADC (Analog Digital Converter) is a device that reads analog signals (just like the analogRead () function in Arduino IDE) and converts them into digital signals that can be read by a microcontroller. This breakout is based on the ADS1015 ADC, which reads values in 12-bit resolution, receives a maximum of 3.3V on its inputs and has a total of 4 channels (which can also be used as two differential). Works great with any microcontroller at 5V. It has 2 easyC connectors for easier connection on I2C communication.

Out of stock Display OLED I2C 0.96" SSD1306
Display OLED I2C 0.96" SSD1306

Looking to add visuals to your Arduino projects? The I2C OLED breakout board is perfect for that. Because of its high contrast, you will be in awe of its crispness! The display is made from hundreds of LEDs, each representing one pixel in a 128×64 grid. Thus, it doesn’t need any backlight, and it needs less power than the classic LCD screens. That’s 8192 pixels all individually lit at your fingertips!

The design is 5V ready with an onboard regulator, so is compatible with any 3.3V board. The breakout board uses only about 20 mA, depending on active pixels. It is easy to control over the I2C interface. It is even easier to connect with the easyC system – no soldering required!

 

 

Display OLED I2C 0.96″ SSD1306 options:

 

The color of the OLED screen on the product can be:

– White
– Blue

DAC 6-bit 1-channel MCP47A1 breakout
DAC 6-bit 1-channel MCP47A1 breakout

This device uses MCP4725 which is a single channel, 6-bit digital to analog converter with I2C compatible serial interface. There’s no integrated EEPROM memory which would allow DAC register and configuration bit values to be saved at powered off.

Real time clock RTC PCF85063A breakout
Real time clock RTC PCF85063A breakout

RTC (Real Time Clock) is a device that carefully and precisely tracks time and dates. It is extremely precise, so it is more suitable for long-term time tracking than clocks on microcontrollers. This breakout can work with an extremely low current and thanks to the alarm feature and interrupt pin, it will allow a microcontroller to enter sleep mode until its awaken by this RTC.

It has a built-in battery holder (battery not included) and even if power is lost, real-time tracking won’t be affected.

I2C multiplexer TCA9548A breakout
I2C multiplexer TCA9548A breakout

Have you ever found yourself wanting to connect more than one I2C device to a single controller and couldn’t because they have identical I2C addresses? There you have it, I2C multiplexer (I2C MUX) allows you to use up to 8 devices with the same address on the same bus! If we mention that TCA9548A, the IC on which this breakout is based, has three adjustable pins for the I2C address, which means a total of 8 possible addresses. We can reach 64 devices with the same address on the same bus. For example, it is possible to connect 64 BME680 sensors that are read by only one microcontroller.

 

This adapter is particularly practical because it enables multiplexing of easyC devices.

Out of stock 2-channel relay board with easyC
2-channel relay board with easyC

Did you ever wanted to turn on and off a device that needs large current or voltage? Whether operating on DC or AC, a relay is what you need. A relay is actually an electronic switch that is activated by a signal we send from a Dasduino or Arduino. This module further simplifies the whole process because it contains everything you need for the relay to work, and you just have to connect it to the microcontroller and power supply. You don’t have to think about voltages and currents, insulation between high and low voltage or grounding, everything is already taken care of on the board.

 

This board has easyC connector. Thanks to easyC ecosystem, this board can be connected using off-the-shelf cables, without soldering. Controlling the is as simple as it gets, too.

1-channel relay board with easyC
1-channel relay board with easyC

Did you ever wanted to turn on and off a device that needs large current or voltage? Whether operating on DC or AC, a relay is what you need. A relay is actually an electronic switch that is activated by a signal we send from a Dasduino or Arduino. This module further simplifies the whole process because it contains everything you need for the relay to work, and you just have to connect it to the microcontroller and power supply. You don’t have to think about voltages and currents, insulation between high and low voltage or grounding, everything is already taken care of on the board.

 

This board has easyC connector. Thanks to easyC ecosystem, this board can be connected using off-the-shelf cables, without soldering. Controlling the is as simple as it gets, too.

IO expander MCP23017 breakout
IO expander MCP23017 breakout

Are you short on IO pins? Looking to increase the number of them? That’s what the GPIO Expander MCP23017 is for! It uses I2C communication to do so. With just two wires, 16 new fully configurable digital IO pins are added to a microcontroller.

 

Due to the jumpers on the board, the I2C address of a device can be changed. Thus, eight breakout boards can be connected to a microcontroller. All of the pins on the expander board have pull-out resistors that can be turned on and off.

Out of stock I2C LCD adapter
I2C LCD adapter

This adapter makes connection of LCD to Dasduino (or any other Arduino-compatible board) a breeze! It uses I2C communication which needs only two pins. It can be used and work with all of ours LCDs (16×2, 20×4, 16×4). Use our library and get started in few minutes of work!

It’s even easier with easyC – no soldering is needed!

 

ADC 16-bit ADS1115 4-channel with PGA breakout
ADC 16-bit ADS1115 4-channel with PGA breakout

ADC (Analog Digital Converter) is a device that reads analog signals (just like the analogRead () function in Arduino IDE) and converts them into a digital signal that can be read by a microcontroller. This breakout is based on the ADS1115 ADC, which reads values in 16-bit resolution, receives a maximum of 3.3V on its inputs and has a total of 4 channels (which can also be used as two differential). Works great with each microcontroller at 5V. It has 2 easyC connectors for easier connection on I2C communication.

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